Hate And Distrust In The United States

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Ever since I was a young child I thought about the future I would like to have and the world I would like to live in. I was taught from a very young age that hate and distrust towards someone due to them having different beliefs than yours was not acceptable and just led to the downfall of people and society. Currently, the United States is in a state of hate and distrust based solely on the different political belief systems that have formed over the past hundred years. It is my goal in life that one day our country will no longer be separated based solely on a political belief system and that we can come together on the country’s most pressing issues and come to a pragmatic solution that is best for the future of our great nation. …show more content…
While there are certainly two sides to every major political issue that the country faces, there must be some common ground established in order to lessen the impact of politics Whether you talk about the attack on Planned Parenthood relating to abortion, the military relating to the rise of power from the military contractors, healthcare, women’s rights, the rights of the LGBT community, or the rights of people who practice non-western religions, these are all extremely polarizing topics within our current society that can have a pragmatic solution that doesn’t just involve what political party a certain person may be

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